Friday, August 14, 2009

I'm not a fan of bunk beds.

But these could change my mind.
Aren't they beautiful?

I wish our basement had 10 foot ceilings.

shoot, I don't remember where I saw this picture. you know how it goes, you click from one blog to the next and you have no idea how you got there. I'm sorry there's no link.

23 comments:

  1. I'm not a fan of bunks either, mainly because they are a massive pain to make/change bedding.

    Agreed that these make bunk beds look classy and doable.

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  2. My boys would love these!!

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  3. your sister has had pics like this on her blog. i LOVE the way it looks. we are about to inherit some solid bunks for my girls. i don't know what to do, we could use the extra space. now i just need to figure out what color to stain or paint them. UGH!

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  4. I love the hung art work...so dreamy!

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  5. I love these and would'nt the kids love them too.

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  6. Those are pretty. I hate bunk beds, too, but sometimes they are necessary. I have two sets in my little boys' bedroom, and they are the biggest pain to make...especially when you're big and pregnant!

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  7. These are totally what your parents need in Sundance. Couldn't you picture these on 3 walls of a room... You could fit 12 grand kids per room! Two rooms would be sufficient, I think. :-D

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  8. Shoot, I saw this in a magazine. Which one? It was a grandparents' basement if I remember correctly.

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  9. If you go to The Inspired Room blog and look back a couple days you will LOVE bunk beds even more...she did a whole post on them and a few look like the photo you have above. Wouldn't it be easy to throw all the kids in one room and then have a nice big playroom?

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  10. this makes living in san francisco with a big family a possibility! thanks, steph for the inspiration!

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  11. Those are AWESOME!! I wonder if it could be done with regular height ceilings? Bunk beds fit in those so wouldn't these as well? Just make the bases closer to the ground and go from there. Ohhh the possibilities!!!

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  12. I grew up with bunk beds like that! They were awesome--there were four built into the wall and another single bed across from it, they had little lights attached to the wall that you could turn on and little chests near our pillow that we called our "treasure chests" where we could put our treasures. I grew up with 8 natural sisters, so it was a slumber party every night!

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  13. that is super cute.

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  14. how classy and functional - i've saved it in my files under "someday".

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  15. i think i've seen something similar in pottery barn kids . . .
    we haven't made the plunge to bunk beds, yet. but it's only a matter of time. i love these.

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  16. ohh myy word i am in lovin'.

    only thing: i don't care HOW cute they are--making a bunk-bed in the morning is the epitome of "hi-im-tired-and-my-life-sucks". 'specially when you're running late. ew..

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  17. oooooh...those are gorgeous bunk beds.

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  18. oooooh...those are gorgeous bunk beds.

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  19. those are great bunk beds. they look beautiful and not childish at all!

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  20. i LOVE LOVE those.

    so amazing.

    :)

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  21. I love these. The paint color really adds a classy touch!

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  22. Another one here who's not too fond of bunk beds but these are just super cool!!

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